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TIIK BEE: OMAHA, TIHTKSDAY, OCTOnKK 14. 1900.
LARGER EARNINGS BY I. C.
nn the baking
that is where Calumet
Baking Powder proves
its superiority; its
wonderful raising power; its never-failing ability
to produce the most delicious baking and its
economy. Ia the baking that is the only way
you can successfully test it and compare it with the
high price kinds. You cannot discredit these
statements until you have tried
ry-a IV J
the only high grids baking: powder telling' at a moderate
coit. $ 1,000.00 i offered to anyone finding1 the lead
trace of impurity, in the baking, caused by Calumet.
Ask your Grocer and incut that you get Calumat,
Received Highest Award World's Pur '
Food Exposition, Chicago, 1907. '
BRIEF CITY NEWS
909 OCTOBER '909
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Bare Soot Frlnt IX.
SUaehart, rbotograpbtr, 1 8th & Farnam.
Haya, photo removed to 16th A. Howard
Chajnbers' School of Danouur open.
Circulars. ' ' i
Bono Mltimta required for Iowa. Ad
1 ire X 74 S. care Bee.
White Waiters at Sohllts Cafe Quick
: service" and rourteoui treatment.
EqtUtsble XUfe policies sight drafts at
i maturity. H. D. Neejy, manager, Uuialm.
Steejj Toas sitoasy and Valuablas In the
I American Mate. Deposit Vaults In the Bee
building. ' Buses rent for SI to $ls.
Bankers Investment incorporates-
The 'Bankers Investment company has
been Incorporated by Fred W. Heron and
Kd -L; 'Cujver.' 3 )ie capital suck M ill be
JlO.Oot), and the buying and Helling of notea
and mortgagee In swted to Jjw.ttie object
of the : business. ; -' ' i ' ) '
Kuan to .Kelp Try Haskell Special
As&lstAul Attorney Ueneral 8. 11. Rush
has gone to A.dmore, Okl., to assist in
the trial of Governor Haskell and others
for aileg. d Complicity In the Musku&ee
town Jot fraud. The trials are scheduled to
begin, at Ardmure before United Sta.eo
District, Judge -Marshall, Wednesday,
Tlfty lhousan4 Dollar Damage Suit
The ir'lai .of, the tuu.ooo damage suit of
Biidgvt Murphey; administratrix of the
estate of tmirrts:.P. Murphey against the'
Unlort l'aclijg railroad company and the
CuiWii-r'tltsicsM 'contracting company was
benutl, n .lliC.rfita, Mii.u.s . ciicMic,, cOgi-t
Weduj Hday. "' Almost thu entire day Mas
opc-ftn securing a Jury. "
Chanties uoulereuoe A regular month
ly eorii-itiiL o.ise sA'.'iaiwl Charities,
will bo! held 4uiay uiernVon at 3 o'olojtcf
In t.-.-l... ....-Al't ...-.-J... h. :
11 uiv i-ii tutmvi yumiuvi Aiew ucwmp
menojf 4n the touei Worn will bo presented
by lb)f Joins,' who 41 ho report an, tbj
work 'done itt the national cuiuererice In'
Buffalp' J All atriiaied org.initationa are
?xpfcied to ' tuJU. imu large delegations lor
this reel beginning of -the winter work.'
rortlga Koveiiies Mouse Cornea Ktre
(ic rinai uiul Austrian advertising novelties
are to be sold direct to Omaha buyers
through an Omaha house. Frederick Lyons
of Furth, Germany, la in Omaha looking
for a location for a store room for a stock
of European noveltlea of all kinds. lie
will deal especially In bar glasses, souve
nirs and novelties qf all kinds that can, be
used by merchanta in advertising . their
business. .t i;
XxcavaUon for child Savins; Work, on
the exoavatlon for the Child Having In
stitute at Forty-second and Jackson streets
has started and the construction work will
be piu-qed In an- effort to complete the
buftdtng before July 1, the time limit fixed
by tho contract. "The' contract was let to
John llarte, the lowest bidder, at $40,223.
This does not . Include the plumbing, light
ing and heating fixtures, which will bring
he total price close to $00,000.
Banqnet for Bnelld Martin Members
of the- Commercial club will give a ban
quet probably Tueaday evening to Euclid
Martin. ' president ' of the club, who will
h ave neat week-far Los Angeles, to make
his future home. The committee in charge
of the, banquet Is Edgar Allen, C. li.
Pickens... Ward Burgees, T...A. Fry and
J. M. ttulld. The full membership of the
club will be invited and the attendance,
it Is believed -will be limited only by the
capacity of the club dining roum.
Omaha newspaper Xaa In Monastery
1. C. llajin. for some years or the World
Herald aiaff and first editor of the True
Voice, has left St. Michael's monastery
at Sowanee, Teun., for the home monastery
'n New York. This Is one of the severest
of th orders la point of discipline, as the
dally work extends over fourteen hours
each day. It has been his dream of a
lifetime to take the orders of a novitiate
Sheriff Iioses the Case After being
out juxt an even twenty-four hours the
jury In the case of the Falcon Engineering
con.pany against E., F. Bralley, sheriff of
Douglas county, and his bond, came In
with a verdict In the United States circuit
court for $1,329.04 In favor of the Falcon
Engineering company. The case has been
on trial for several days and " was for
$10,000 damages for the seizure of some
automobiles belonging to the plaintiff com
puny about a year ago, to satisfy a claim
nllrged to have been held on a Judgment
against one of the alleged members of the
to Police Board
mm n f f" .
No Authority to Order Arrests, But
Can Discipline Officers for Ne-
gUct of. Duty.
A resolution pertaining (o tltfe reports that
gambling was In progiass'lh, resorts and
hotels in the city and thai various saloons
were violating the laws by keeping open
aftei S o'clock was adopted, by the members
of the Board of Fire and Police Commls
eluiters lust night,.
' The members duny any knowledge of tha
existence of such violations, but admit
uavlng received reports of such. More than
one of the commissioners reported that
they had received reports thatsuih viola
tions in piogress with a demand tnac
ihsy swear out a warrant for the arrest of
the violators. Thu commissioners, not
Laving any knowledge except by reports
of the existing conditions, refused to swear
to a complaint for the arresi, but advised
the . complainants to take'th matter up
with the county attorney, or, police Judge.
The complainants ' on; cacti i "occasion were
riitiuestecl to me. (hp respective commis
sioners, but failtj to do so. '
'i'hq board declared Is was ready td consider
coinplairuB, atsainHi-a..y. orticer who, wik
'firtty 'overlooKs ahy such violations' 611 ' hU
beat and will deal with him accordingly
hat hHTTto- authority to" twTe ahy otiiei
action in Such trnatters. v V"'"
aurred Anderson, who is jratployed as a
drl"er by the Lenip jarJwlng" company, filed
Annual Report of Road Shows Growth
in Net Income.
OPERATING EXPENSE IS LOWER
1st Spite of Dlstarblaat Factors Ree
nae Prom Freight Traffle Is Larger
Than Year Ago Oeorgta
The annual report of the Illinois Central
for the fiscal year ending June 30 shows
Income from operations to be $.77,146,512, a
derreaoe of $M5,215. as compared, with the
preceding year, while the expenses and
taxes .were $43.681.2S2, a decrease of $S98.815.
making a net Income from operation of
$l.1,4fi4.?J9, equivalent to an Increase in net
Income of $47,100 In comparison with the
preceding year. ".
Income from Investments and , other
sources was $3,874.70$, making, a surplus of
$17J!3S,S37. After taking out - the fixed
charges, rentals, etc, the available surplus
is $9,592,023, which Is divided as follows;
Seven per cent dividend on out
standing capital stock $7.0.720.00
Replacement of equipment &(2.2iVi.i2
Surplus dividend fund.. 1.457.8x6.92
Profits and Ions , 2rl,148.40
The early months of the fiscal year cov
ered a period when the commercial world
was emerging from the recent financial
drpresslon, the recovery to normal trade
conditions was slow, and when It Is con
aldered that railroad opeiatton was also
affected In common with other branches
of commeroe by the uncertainty of the
presidential election fend the agitation for
tariff revision the record for the year la
very fa vo able. Notwithstanding these die
turblng factors, the revenue from, freight
traffic, which was most affected thereby,
Increased $046,OS8.37. while the operating ex
peneta showed a decrease of $1(85, 111.91.
Klnce the last report was lHsued the
Illinois Central has purchased the capital
stock of the Central of Georgia railroad,
having 1,915 miles of track In Georgia, Ala
bama and Tennessee, thus giving It an out
let to the Atlantic coast at Savannah and
furnishing admirable facilities for handling
export and Import traffic' at all ports, slnoe
the Central of Georgia owns the capital
stock of the Ocean Steamship company,
operating between Savannah and New York
and Boeion. It Is claimed the operation
of ttiiM .IIne, opening : up the eoUrp south
eastern' territory by through lines of road
and through service for both f neight and
pascnger traffic, will be of great benefit
to Mlsbl.-Bippl valley points which' are al
ready Bervtd by Illinois Central lines. -
Durln&Mhe year Improvements were made
In the rallioad proper and Its equipment
and charged to capital, aggregating $l,4&,v
275.W5. Included in' this acaount 1 nearly
$1,000,000 covering, the purchase of a large
area in the business section of the city of
New Orleans, on which It Is proposed to
erect warehouses and facilities .necessary
to the operation of an Important, freight
cbsfigeav gapist c'spialu P. AVostyn, alleging--improper
conduct. . ' ' " '
Anuersoi) cuaj gt.fi ,tliat .on September 23v
while driving a .loaded wagon to.lhe. depot,
and that on account of the street blug
blocked by heavy traffic, it was necessary
to drive on the street car track,
mat the street was cronued and thai ho
was unable to obey the orders of the cap
tain to drive faster, without violating tile
road laws by driving on the left side of the
lie alleges that Captain Mostyn arrested
him and thai after getting him to the polke
station tnat the latter cuioed and aouseu
him by calling him Vile names. '
The arrest was made during the strike ot
the street' car men and he was charged
With rioting' when booked at the police sta
tion.' Anuervon attended the 'meeting 01
the board. 'The charges wilt be Investigated
at the next meeting of the board. '
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Who Discovered It?
Why, Peary, of course!
Parry is Looking
Over the Eagles
Special Representative of Grand
President Herring Busy With
Local Aerie. ,
,tt 0.. r "At - 'i
..." 'm $
JUST before noon April 6, 1909,
Commander Robert E. Peary, ,
of the United States Navy, nailed
the stars and stripes on the North
Pole, crowning with glorious suc
cess twenty-three years of Arctic
exploration. Reaching the North Pole
was a question of food and transporta
tion a question of careful and intelligent
selection of the foods that have greatest
nutritive value in smallest bulk. That's the
reason the Commander took on board the
Roosevelt" four hundred and fifty boxes of
Triscuit (the Shredded Wheat wafer) in order
to sustain life in the frozen regions.
Of course you eat Shredded Wheat Biscuit for breakfast every morning ,
It ia the whole wheat steam-cooked, shredded and baked the cleanest,
purest, most nourishing cereal food made in the world. It will sustain
life indefinitely in any climate. Your grocer sells it. Start the day. .
right by eating a Shredded Wheat Biscuit (heated in the oven to
restore crispness) with hot milk and a little cream, adding a
little salt to suit the taste. A hot dish for a chilly morning.
Easily and quickly prepared.
THE ONLY "BREAKFAST CEREAL"
MADE IN BISCUIT FORM
CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS
RECEPTION TO DR, HYDE
Members of Ilanecont Park Caaroh
Ciive Function for Pastor mud
A reception was given at Ilanscom Park
Methodist Episcopal church last evening to
Hev. R. ticott Hyde and Mrs. Hyde in
honor of the former's return' to the pas
torate of the church for the third year.
The reception was void of formality and
was given under the' auspices of the
Ladles' AM Socitty of the church. '
The pro ram Included a duet by Rev.
Frank 1 Loveland and his daughter, Mlsi
Hazel L,ov eland; a song by C. Lang, and
an instrumental selection on the piano by
MIrs Florence Peterson.
Ir. and Mrs. Hyde then stood In the
receiving line and .were cordially greeted
by the large gathering present pver their
return to the church and its pleasing as
sociations for another year.
Light refreshments closed the evening
' f. John 8., Parry of . aa Francisco, special
representative of Frank E Hertng, grand
worthy president of the Fraternal Ordet
of Eagles, Is visiting the Omaha aerie. His
sojourn here, it Is said, has a bearing on
questions which In their settlement will
Involve some changes In the membership
ot the Omaha organization. Mr.JParry de
clines to discuss this aspect of his visit
"There are always matters to ba adjusted
after each grand aerie session," said Mr.
Parry. "Now, for example, among other
things a change In tho system of book
keeping has been Instituted. Action con
nected with the Investigation of an aerie,
If one were to be held, could not be dis
cussed or even admitted outside of the
It Is said that some of the' members ot
the Omaha aerie have withdrawn as a re
sult of the Institution of a movement here
and that others while affected In a similar
way are determined to stay and make a
fight for It. The obntroversy brewing, H
Is understood, involves some' of the oldest
members of the Omaha aerie.
The visit of Mr. Parry here follows the
succession of Frank E. Herlng of South
Bend, lnd., to the office of grand Worthy
president at the last convention, held In
Omaha In September. Mr. Herlng Is known
as one of the aggressive members of the
grand aerie. He has been the leader In a
number of strenuous uplift campaigns, In
cluding his notable experience at Valparlso,
lnd., where he fought ' for and obtained
recognition for the order from the church
people of the city. He Is one of the leaders
who have stood for more stringent moral
requirements for membership.
Mr. Parry will remain In Omaha at least
until after the regular aerie meeting Thurs
day night. This meeting assumes special
significance In view of his visit.
pain in the chest require quick treatment
with Dr. King's New Discovery. Prevents
pneumonia. 60c and $1.00. Sold by Beaton
THOSE SUDDEN STABS IN THE BACK
Are Twinges That TctI You
of Hidden, Dangerous
Kiine y Troubles .
Whxv tba kidneys are sick, sharp,
darting lialfis strike you In the back,
loins Of'sides pains that almost take
jour Breath away, and often make you
try out ia ,tfony.
It 1-: almost - Impossible to mistake
these 4idmy pal ub, for they geera to
center;. atout -the small ot the back
where, the kidneys are located.
AndtUl tliore are. many persona who
thlnH ack&ch is rnerely a muscular
trouble "homotblng that is expected to
pass with a little rest, aided by
a planter, fr by. rubbing with lln.iueut.
There is plaster nor liniment
that will, rear!), the inside cause sick
kidneys.!-. What la. needed Is a Kidney
medlchit'a kidney stimulant, to start
the tlnjtvs working as they should
a healipg, . soothing tonic, to relieve
and rltre cougestlon and inflamatlon
In tb kldneja
Sick Vldneya can not get well alone.
They fed VjulrJi help. And If it Is not
given, 1 4h 'qaual work of the kidneys
stops. V The filtering of the blood la
suspend!. : Poisons - circulate freely,
with tad bloflir- attack muscles, brain,
nerv4h-anft vital organs. The kidneys
well iiiitt throb and that is what makes
those sudden states ot pain In the back
iuu wvai oe rid of the trouble until
me Kidneys are cured.
mere is no other remedy for sick
kidneys quite equail to'JDoan'g Kidney
Pills. This simple .vegetable-formula
has been In use for 75'yeara and has
never Deen excelled becaue it I.
remedy for the kidneys only does not
arc on me Dowels nor on any other
organs, it soothes while it stimulates
relieves all congestion and lrrittinn
cures backache, regulates the urine and
restores a perfect filtering of the blood.
' OMAIIA PllOOP,
If. Sage, retired, 4211 Burdette St
wmana, jeu.. Bay: "The great value of
Doan Kidney Pills was first proven to me
In 19. My back had troubled me off and
vii iui min or mur years, especially after
m iiara nay a wow or IT I caught cold. The
constant atoopmg required in my work no
doubt affected my kidneys and caused the
backache. - Doan's KiJnay pais relieved
me promptly and I have since taken them
,ui miiu on wun ine sa ne gieat benefit.
ine aooye statement was given on April
11. 106, and on Jan. 30, inns, when Mr
Sage was Interviewed, he eaid: I willingly
verify nr former endorsement of Diian's
Kidney Pills: I have used this remedy
on several occasions since then and H has
never tilled to bring prompt relief."
third street from the boulevard line to
their north city limits was placed on file.
Sold kjr all dealeri, Price So cents. Fesna-NiLauRD Co., BufTalo. N Y.. Proprietors.
Street Eailway' Fare Ordinances Are
Up for Consideration.
COMMITTEE Of WHOLE ACTS FIRST
City Clerk Instructed to Write for In
formation Rearardlns; Methods
In Twenty-five Other Cities
os ,Thls Point.
A large delegation of street car men who
are still ori strik'e'a.'nd their friends wre In
the city ebuncif ' 'Chamber ' throughout the
meeting Tuesday iiihg, but nothing was
heard save the monotonous reading ot docu-
tnema by the'clBj-fci: ;. i
counoiunai srwgm introauceu me p-v.-tkm
ordinance providing for a reduction of
fares, and Councilman ljerka also brought
In his new ordlpaflfce io regulate s reel car,
traffic, fix charges for trantpoi ta.lun, pro
viding i penalliesand; repealing ordinance
5638. ' fcach measure loofce to the sale of
six tickets for a quarter and twelve to
school children, and If tne Bridgts ordi
nance should fall. of passage by the council
It will of necessity go to a voie at a sp.clai
election under the Initiative and reiien-
dum. The two ordinances will be given at
tention by the committee of tne whole
Butler 'to Gather Duta.
In t.ils connection, under a resolution In
troduced by Councilman cerka and passed,
Ctlf Clerk Butler will write to twen.y-five
cities throughout Ihe country to ascertain
just how thc-y regulate their street car com
panies, as to fares, etc., and w.ll report
to the council his findings.-
Anchored tfogs'' and meandering canines
can now rest .n peace, so lar as tne aog
catchers are coni'ei-ned, Until next Summer.
Councilman McOovern Introduced a resolu
tion, whicn the council passed, dlied.n
the dog pound keeper to cease his hunt for
in. licensed dogs Iiom this lime on.
City hilecliielan Micnatlsen was , In
structed to make arraugemen.s to lignt tuv
streets during tne .a. tonal Cora exposi
tion, at a c-eet oil $l,iu. . All the llgh.s no at
up will be used except four blocks on Har
ney, trom '1 emit to Foui tecuh. and two
blocks on Howard, from Twclttu to a our-
Motormen Moat Have License.
Another of Mayor Danlman's vetoes was
sidetracked without a word of comment.
kin refused to approve the ordinance pro
viding that motormen must study two
weeks under a man who has had at least
three years' experience as motortnan In
this city, and then take out a license at
a cost of $1. The veto waa based on oppo
sition to tho license feature and the re.
oulrement of two weeks' training before
a man will be considered competent.
Councilman Johnson alone supported the
veto, all the others present voting with
alacrity to pass notwithstanding the veto.
IHrueker, Hummel and Sheldon were ab
The city attorney reported there are no
legal obstacles In the way of changing
the name of Cut Off lake to Carter lake,
and submitted an ordinance for that pur
pose. The mgrketmaster sent In reports for the
months of July, August and September,
aS requested by the council, and they
were sent to the comptroller.
lasaertloa of School Butldlnuva.
Health Commissioner Connell presented
a letter advocstlng strict and continuous
health Inspection in the schools and ex
pressed a willingness to submit an ordi
nance to bring this about If the council
desires him to. He went into detail as to
recent developments from school Inspec
tion and told the council considerable diph
theria exists, keeping many children out
of school from two to six weeks, and that
this condition can be avoided In future
by a proper inspection. The communica
tion will be considered In committee of
To the committee on public property and
grounds went an offer of the Western
Clean street Box company to sell to the
city for $400 the 500 rubblrh boxes now sta
tioned on various street corners. Council
man Johnson spoke for the purchase ss
an opportunity to get the boxes at a low
A. L. Mohler notified the council that
the Union Pacific Railroad company will
not shoulder responsibility for accidents
to Eleventh street viaduct, since the Cas
sel Realty company and the Bemis Omaha
liag company have male therewith con
nections his company considers unauthor
ised and dangerous.
The petition from South Omaha residents
for the Improvement of South Twenty-
Joseph Shea Dies
in the City Jail
Had Been Suffering From Alcoholism,
Bat Was Thought to Be
Joseph Shea was found dead In his cell
in the city prison at 5 o'clock yesterday
afternoon where he died from the effects
of alcoholism. .
He waa arrested on October 7 while , in
toxicated. He was sentenced: to serve five
days In the city Jail by Judge Crawford on
the following day and worked two. He re
ported sick on the morning of the third day
and had been kept in his cell, since that
time. He had been attended by rolice Sur
geon Harris, but was. not thought to be in
a serious condition. He frequently walked
around inside the cell and waa thought to
be convalescing until yesterday afternoon
when he was found dead.
Shea was about 50 years old and was
formerly employed as a switchman In the
yards of the various railroad companies.
During recent years he had been working
as a laborer. He had no family. His habits
were Irregular and he did not earn enough
money to maintain a regular room In a
boarding house. The body was turned over
to Coroner Heafey and an Inquest will be
Don't waste your money buvinr. piasters
when you can get a bottle of Chamberlain's
Liniment for 26 cents. A piece of flannel
dampened with this liniment Is superior to
any plaster for lame back, pains In the
side and chest, and much cheaper. Sold by
all druggists. " f
on Teddy Ride
Headquarters Corps Jolt Alon Cal
houn Eoad on Annual
There was a manifest loneliness about
army headquarters Tuesday because of the
departure ot the 'department officers for
their endurance ride of ninety miles horses
back between Fort Omaha and Fort Cal
houn. The distance between the two points
Is fifteen mllea, the round trip of which
most be made dally lor thr.eo days, or
thirty. miles daily. . ..
The mounts are obtained from the horses
of the Fifteenth cavalry, one detachment
of whiqh remains at Fort Omaha and the
other at Fort Calhoun, thus furnishing
relays of horses for the officers.
S. Rood and T. D. Crane to Erect
$30,000 Structure at Thirty
Eight and Farnam.
An apartment building to be known as
the Colonial, containing nine five-room
apartments will be erected this winter at
Thirty-eighth and Farnam streets by the
Colonial Apartment House company, con
trolled by 13. S. Rood and Thomas D.
Crane.: The contract was let yesterday
and the building completed will cost $:t0,0j0.
The' building will front Thirty-eighth
street, and will be located -about eighty
feet north of Farnam. Eventually flie.
company will fill the Intervening space
between the proponed building and Far
nam street with a six-story apartment
house, uMng the building about to be con
structed as an annex.
The plans prepared by L. D. Willis In
clude the most modern apartment house
equipment. Every apartment will contain
a gas range and Ice box and other neces
sary fixtures. The building will be three
stories In front and, owing to the slope
of tho ground, five stories In the rear.
The first basement will .contain a large
cafe and the Janitors' and servants' rooms.
The sub-basemtmt will contain Uia heating
plant. .The exterior will . be. of Roman
pressed brick ; and the -front Is of ornate
design. . The building will be . heated by
steam. It will be completed about April L
HANSON RECEIVER REPORTS
Rurlld Margin Turns, ft few t Traateo
Lesrr Jau of S4,tOM.B
After Settlement. '
The report ot -Euclid Msi Un. receiver In
the Hanson case,. .has een filed In the
office of the ' Uhite'a "StitWdlstrlct' clerk.
The summary shows, the inveptory ef fur
niture and fixtures at the Hanson cafe to
have been $46,H77, at cost price, and at the
Calumet, $13,406.69. ...
The total receipts from all sources during
the receivership from July 31 to September
9 were $:s,l.ifi.87. Of this amount the re
ceipts from the Calumet were $;10,07&SO and
the business at the Hanson from July 31 te
August 12 were but $.J,32S.95. The expenses
of the receivership were $&,U6.li7,
This Includes the expense ot keeping the
Calumet in operation, which amounted to
$J3,S49.T9, and for keeping the Harmon cafe
In operation about $3,500,- exclusive of $1,006
for rent and $"00 for the services of the
receiver There was turned over to Trustee
Leary $4,B0S.59. . ,-
Bee Want Ads Produce Results.
Colds and Headaches;
To Cleanse the
System Effectually ; ;
jtf u(o( tit. is yesLUSTLiny a -
Habitual Constipation U
Pleasant and Refreshing
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Acts gently yet promptly without dis
turbing the natural functions and with
out any unpleasant after effects and there
fore it is the best for the mother and the
infant, for the invalid sick-abed and the
strong, robust man when bilious or constipated.
TO GET ITS BENEFICIAL EFFECTS,
ALWAYS BUY THE GENUINE,
Manufactured bythe CALIFORNIA FIQ SYRUP CO.
FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS. ,
ONE SIZE ONLY, REGULAR-PRICE, 50cts PER. BOTTLE.
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